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Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm Paperback – June 29, 1997
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In this compelling book Tracy K'Meyer narrates the story of Koinonia Farm, which was founded in 1942 and is still in operation in Sumter County, Georgia.... Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South succeeds not only as a history but as a primer for social action.
Tracy Elaine K'Meyer captures the intrigue of Koinonia Farm's history in her eloquently crafted book.... [Her] research is solid, the writing is lively, and the story is engaging. This book does remarkable service to the task of studying a significant religious and social movement in the twentieth-century South.
About the Author
Eugene L. Stelzig, Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair of the Department of English, SUNY Geneseo, is also the author of Hermann Hesse's Fictions of the Self: Autobiography and the Confessional Imagination and All Shades of Consciousness: Wordsworth's Poetry and the Self in Time.